Joe Willock playing against Luke Shaw (Photo Courtesy)
Mikel Arteta made several transfer decisions over the summer transfer window leaving the club in a very deprivatiated state that got them got beaten in the first three matches of the new season.
Arsenal decided to let youngsters such as Matteo Guendozi, Lucas Torreira and Joe Willock leave the Emirates Stadium for other teams where they are impressing.
One of the transfer mistake made by Mikel Arteta was to allow Joe Willock seal a permanent switch to Newcastle United who pushed hard and signed him for £25 million.
According to reliable sources close to Arsenal, Mikel Arteta will be regretting allowing Joe Willock leave as he is a key players for Steve Bruce and the Newcastle United team.
The big blunder that Arsenal made was to allow Joe Willock leave on a permanent basis without including a buy back clause which could have helped them get the youngster back later in his career.
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